As 2022 quickly comes to a close, I thought to share some questions to help you glean wisdom with what this year was, and to work towards creating more of what you want in 2023.
It seems we live in times now that are often challenging, and yet the world needs people doing well. The world needs people thriving, working and doing great things. The world needs joy, love, hope, beauty and creativity in spite of what seems crazy, weird or nuts.
So, here are a series of questions to help you harvest the gems of 2022 and to get clear with what you want next year and beyond.
What was 2022 like for you:
What were some big learnings or lessons:
What were some big highlights or celebrations of 2022:
What did you do right this year:
What surprised you or where did you learn something cool or new about yourself:
What felt too hard or challenging to face or work through:
What are 1-3 beliefs that feel most challenging or are preventing your growth:
What didn’t work this year:
What good comes to someone having that experience (of what didn’t work):
What would I like in 2023:
What will having that do for you:
And what will having that do for you:
How will I know specifically when these things are showing up in your life (so internal manifestations such as new feelings and beliefs, and external manifestations such as things, people or stuff):
What will you need to believe in order to have what you want:
What tools or resources are available now to help you create what you want in 2023:
What tools or resources do you need to help make 2023 a great year:
Any person knows life has its ups and downs. This is a part of being a human being. Even if life throws challenges or obstacles at us, there are profound tools available to help make the journey easier, more enjoyable and more successful.
For me, that’s what I live my professional life in service to – finding what really works, and sharing that with you all.
Thank you for being along for the ride and for being a part of this community. I am wishing you the very best in 2023 and look forward to supporting your reach for a better life. May this holiday season bless you with the comfort, goodness and cheer you desire.
December 23, 2022
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